First post, I've been reading the SCP wiki for a long time now, finally decided I'd like to contribute. I have a draft I was hoping to get feedback on:
Other than the fact that it's a "Thing that does a Thing" it's very well put together. The test logs sell it very well, but it's not really interesting in the way that current Series II and III articles are. Other than my suggestions above, I will leave it to more experienced reviewers to comb over.
Thanks for the feedback! I did consider the "interesting" issue, and I believe I may try to add more to develop it more into the "implied story" type of SCP.
Also the D-Class thing is noted, thanks for letting me know.
Welcome aboard, friend!
Your writing style looks good, the formatting is nice too. The concept itself sounds familiar to other things I've read, though- SCP-181 and SCP-503 were the first ones I found, and that's just by ctrl-f'ing "luck" in series 1. I think there are more- it's not especially new or different, and the article on its own doesn't have a lot going for it to distinguish it. With that in mind, it would take some major readjusting for this to work. You could also try a new concept.
Note if you stick with this one- I'm confused by the "bad luck must be possible" running theme. The Foundation can't actually prove that any possible action is entirely impossible, right? They ought to recognize that they can't actually account for every variable. By the point the guy falls through the floor, I'm not even sure why they're still assuming that "bad luck must be possible". (That is, it seems like they're starting with that conclusion and working backwards to prove it, which is shoddy science!)